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CHURCH TEMPORALITIES BILL.

CHURCH TEMPORALITIES BILL.

11 Thei'c is an end lo the compact between the King and the People—the Coronation Oath is rescinded. This Act received the Royal Assent on Wednesday evening, and now forms part of the law of the land.”— Evening Mail, There is no liberty of the Press Ireland—it is quite ridiculou
17 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONTHLY GENERAL MEETING

MONTHLY GENERAL MEETING

OF the Charitable Society for Relief SICK and INDIGENT ROOMKEEPERS. Royal Exchange, August 2, 1833. MILES RECK, Esq., in the Chair. TRUSTEES’ REPORT OF THE FUNDS. DONATIONS received since last General Meeting, July, viz. Per Mr. George Brown. Uiss Bury D. D., penny-post C Mrs. M
10 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE WEST INDIES.

STATE OF THE WEST INDIES.

We always enter(aiued apprehensions as to the effect of the Slavery Bill the West Indies, and particularly in the most Important of th£ Islands, Jamaica. The following for which we are indebted to our private letter, justifies all our apprehensions : London, Thursday evening, ha
10 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS OLDHAM,

THOMAS OLDHAM,

01 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO PERSONS DESIROUS OF EMIGRATING TO

NOTICE TO PERSONS DESIROUS OF EMIGRATING TO

VAN DIEMENS LAND, NEW SOUTH IVALES. NOW in Port, and Will Sail from Dublin for Hobart Town, Launceston and Sydney, call at Swan River and the Cape of Good Hope, should sufficient inducement offer, the Fast Sailing, Coppered, and Copper-fastened Ship, CLEOPATRA, tons burden, Capt
13 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—August 17.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—August 17.

HOUSE OF COMMONS— August 17. 1 Mr. EDWARD RUTHVEN asked if Government were aware *' that a Captain Winter (a« understood) who had been charged with breaking into a person's house in Ireland, under circumstances of illegality, was, after his trial, reinstated in his former station
20 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“THE WORLD’S-RENOWNED CONVERSATIONS LEXICON.” Edinburgh Review. JUST PARTS L IL 111. and IV., 2s. 6d. EACH. TO BE COMPLETED IN

“THE WORLD’S-RENOWNED CONVERSATIONS LEXICON.” Edinburgh Review. JUST PARTS L IL 111. and IV., 2s. 6d. EACH. TO BE COMPLETED IN

ABOUT PARTS. ( beautifully Printed in Royal Octavo,J BIT S3»AGmS & 0©», 8, EASTCLYDE-STREET, GLASGOW; AND 5, SOUTH COLLEGE.STREET, EDINBURGH; BELFAST, Popular EncyctopeMa^ OR “CONVERSATIONS LEXICON;” BEING A GENERAL DICTIONARY OF Arts, Sciences, Literature, and Politics.
12 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
To Sail from

To Sail from

THIS fine Ship hn« now completely her character, for m.kins ouick bavin* performed her last voyage, frorf to New-York, in days. Captain M'Wf.nVtE’* Wind treatment to big Passengers, now well and the superior aecom. modations of the Ship. l*otl/n Cabin and Steenige. entill. her t
12 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAZXtS.

FAZXtS.

Frankfort Fair—We learn from Frankfort-on-the- Oder, that, at the great fair, lately held there, much business was done, and that the result was, in general, considered favourable, although the dealers complained very much of depressed prices. According to letter, dated the lilt
12 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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£rotcfi fttarferMe

fttarferMe Glasgrow, Friday, August 9. Grain —Ten daysoffin* weather has rendered the corn market very doll, and wK*h holders as |Hrefer sales have submitted to abatement of Is to 1' per boll on Oats. Barley, and Wheat. Ihe imports of old gram are perfectly tr fl'ng. but a little
12 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland